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Creaform, Levis, QC, a metrology and engineering services company that specializes in portable 3D measurement solutions, is expanding its operations and recruiting new people for its worldwide offices in Canada, the US, Europe and India.

Creaform Engineering has experienced substantial and consistent growth in revenues and market share year after year. Just in the past 15 months, Creaform Engineering created 50 new job positions, which expanded its workforce by 42 per cent, set up new offices in California, started operations in India, and opened a testing/prototyping facility in the Montreal area. 

"What sets Creaform Engineering apart from other traditional engineering firms is the sheer breadth of expertise we can offer," explains David Gagné, division vice president, engineering and metrology services at Creaform. "For one, we can quickly accommodate customers for pressing needs and offer different skill levels and skill sets to meet very precise project and market requirements. Our clients benefit from our team's practical field experience, seasoned track record in a variety of domains, and an agility that is simply second to none for their product development and manufacturing support activities. Creaform Engineering can now rely on more than 175 engineers and technicians to support its customer base."

Creaform is currently deploying a major recruitment campaign to fulfill several positions, including mechanical and electrical engineers and technicians, automation experts and FEA engineers to staff its worldwide offices.

"In today's competitive global marketplace, manufacturers wanting to stand out cannot overlook any step of their product development process. From initial design to simulation to production, Creaform Engineering ensure that product development projects are aligned with our customers' product visions, specifications, compliance standards—and bottom-line objectives," adds Gagné.

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